Sometimes I feel like adding a strap line to my posts "There is no conspiracy!"
Firstly, of course we support something that we put into our software. What we can't support in this case is what your permission groups actually do because they are unique to you; we can tell you what permission is required to do something. Your local support unit may choose not to support user defined permissions but that is a different matter.
Secondly, System Manager is one of our oldest applications we aren't proud of it; it is being re-written and one result will be that the permission matrix will be simpler. This is part of the 2008 plan.
Thirdly, if as a result of seeing something on this forum, we alter something we would say so, on this forum. Not change something sneakily as is being suggested here!
Originally Posted by PhilNeal
DBPwdChg.exe is still in SIMS .NET folder but i dont think it works anymore but did prior to SQL2005.
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